Sharechat Logo

Keith Smith appointed Chairman

Friday 9th April 2010

Text too small?

Independent Director Keith Smith has been appointed Chairman of Goodman (NZ) Limited, the Manager of Goodman Property Trust.

Keith Smith replaces Jim McLay who resigned in 2009 following his appointment as New Zealand's Permanent Representative to the United Nations in New York.

Greg Goodman, Chief Executive of Goodman Group and Non-Executive Director of Goodman (NZ) welcomed Smith to the role, noting his wide commercial experience and important contribution to the business over the last 6 years.

Greg Goodman also said, "Keith has been a key member of a very supportive board that has expertly managed the Trust through the cycle."

The change has no impact on the composition of the Goodman (NZ) board which retains its majority of independent directors.



  General Finance Advertising    

Comments from our readers

No comments yet

Add your comment:
Your name:
Your email:
Not displayed to the public
Comments to Sharechat go through an approval process. Comments which are defamatory, abusive or in some way deemed inappropriate will not be approved. It is allowable to use some form of non-de-plume for your name, however we recommend real email addresses are used. Comments from free email addresses such as Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, etc may not be approved.

Related News:

Telecom will offer CEO and senior managers performance equity grants to boost profits
Goodman Property plans $20.7 mln developments in Christchurch
Former Fonterra executive Alison Andrew appointed to head Transpower
MRP director Miller, CFO Meek go trawling for cheap shares
Goodman Property plans new $22.4M building at Central Park development
Rob Fyfe to leave Trilogy board, seeks new senior role in NZ
David Ross appears at District Court hearing, remanded until Aug.29
Goodman Property expects to boost payments to unit holders in 2014, signals further investments
Crown drops charge against ex-SCF finance chief Graeme Brown
Postie Plus appoints No 1 Shoes executive Binns as new CEO